Snow can't stop one man's round of Masters-week golf in Minnesota

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Snow can't stop one man's round of Masters-week golf in Minnesota

For many golfers, the Masters means the unofficial start to golf season.

Sure, you've dreamt of golf rounds all winter long, but when you see those beautiful azaleas in full bloom at Augusta National Golf Club on TV, you just know you don't have to dream about golf anymore because you can actually go out and play...

Even at Ortonville Golf Course in Minnesota, about a 160-mile drive from Ryder Cup venue Hazeltine National. The fact that Ortonville was blanketed in snow on Tuesday with howling winds sure wasn't going to stop Facebook user Jesse Roscoe from playing golf during Masters week!

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Check out the video below that Roscoe posted -- in golf shorts and all -- as he was determined not to let a little bit of the white stuff ruin his Masters week golf:


That's some dedication right there. And maybe the polo and shorts were to help Roscoe in the "mind over matter" department, but they sure weren't going to help him in the "hypothermia" department.

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